Integration Model of Disaster Risk Reduction Principles into School Development Plan of Senior High School in Sinabung Volcano Region, Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Darwin (a). Dwi Wahyuni Nurwihastuti (b)
(a) Department of Education Management, Universitas Negeri Medan
(b) Department of Geography Education, Universitas Negeri Medan
There have been many casualties and property caused by the eruption of Sinabung volcano since 2010 until now and can not be predicted when the eruption will stop. They are including serious impact on 61 schools, i.e. 51 elementary schools, 8 junior high schools and 2 senior high schools. The research objective is to develop a model for integrating disaster risk reduction principles into School Development Plans of Senior High School that located in the Sinabung volcano region. The research method used survey methods, qualitative, and model development. Spatial and non-spatial data are collected from subjects or objects determined by purposive sampling. Data collection techniques were obtained through observation, FGD, in-depth interviews, and documentation studies. The results show that: (1) The theoretical model of integration of the principles of disaster risk reduction of Sinabung volcano eruption is formulated into the School Development Plan document of senior high school. (2) Integration is done through the provision of indicators of principles of disaster risk reduction on the mission, objectives, targets, strategies, programs and activities of the school implementation. The next stage, the researcher will undertake an assessment on integrating disaster risk reduction principles into the curriculum and learning process.
Topic: Geographical Education